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Old 09-29-2011, 08:56 AM   #16
Gaz6682
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Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
Lmao, that's great.

I don't get the wife to spot me unless I don't see anyone worthy. Even then, I press much harder without a spotter than I do with a spotter. Some people say spotters allow them to press more because they try to lift more than they believe they are capable of. For me, a spotter causes me to press less, because I know I have someone to catch my fail. If you want to see me crush weight on bench, watch when I have no one to rely on, because I know there's no way out but me.
This is true. Dangerous but definitely true. I rarely use a spotter and there have been times where I've found an extra 1 or 2% due to sheer self-preservation.
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